In an effort to inform the American people about the tragic toll in human life which the Reagan administration's Central American policy has caused, the Neighbor-to-Neighbor organization in San Francisco made a documentary "Faces of War" about the people in El Salvador and Nicaragua who have been living in the war zones. The organization has been raising money and trying to buy time on TV stations around the country, but more than 100 stations have refused to sell time. Meanwhile, according to the "New York Times," conservative organizations have raised millions of dollars for advertising in support of Reagan's policy. The documentary is hosted by actor Mike Farrell of M*A*S*H fame. We also feature an interview with an associate producer of the documentary. Finally, Austinite Martina Langley relates her recent experiences in El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras, trying to publicize to the women of these countries the harmful effects of the Dalkan Shield IUD and telling them of their rights to receiving compensation and medical assistance.
Co-hosts: Frank Morrow and Doug Kellner
Researcher: Mike Jankowski
Technical adviser: Brian Koenigsdorf
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